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Efrat Harel, MS, PhD

Title(s)Associate Specialist, Pharmaceutical Chemistry
SchoolSchool of Pharmacy
EmailEfrat.Harel@ucsf.edu
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    1. Harel E, Shoji J, Abraham V, Miller L, Laszik Z, Thurison T, King A, Olshen A, Leung J, Szabo G, Hann B, Høyer-Hansen G, Craik CS, Vincenti F. Identifying a potential biomarker for primary focal segmental glomerulosclerosis and its association with recurrence after transplantation. Clin Transplant. 2019 Jan 28; e13487. PMID: 30689221.
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    2. Moradov D, Shifrin H, Harel E, Nadler-Milbauer M, Weinstock M, Srebnik M, Rubinstein A. The anti-inflammatory activity of a novel fused-cyclopentenone phosphonate and its potential in the local treatment of experimental colitis. Gastroenterol Res Pract. 2015; 2015:939483. PMID: 25949237; PMCID: PMC4408640.
    3. Grove LM, Southern BD, Jin TH, White KE, Paruchuri S, Harel E, Wei Y, Rahaman SO, Gladson CL, Ding Q, Craik CS, Chapman HA, Olman MA. Urokinase-type plasminogen activator receptor (uPAR) ligation induces a raft-localized integrin signaling switch that mediates the hypermotile phenotype of fibrotic fibroblasts. J Biol Chem. 2014 May 02; 289(18):12791-804. PMID: 24644284; PMCID: PMC4007467.
    4. Harel E, Rubinstein A, Nissan A, Khazanov E, Nadler Milbauer M, Barenholz Y, Tirosh B. Enhanced transferrin receptor expression by proinflammatory cytokines in enterocytes as a means for local delivery of drugs to inflamed gut mucosa. PLoS One. 2011; 6(9):e24202. PMID: 21915296; PMCID: PMC3167832.
    5. Harel E, Rubinstein A, Chen W, Breuer E, Tirosh B. Aminoalkylcarbamoylphosphonates reduce TNFa release from activated immune cells. Bioorg Med Chem Lett. 2010 Nov 15; 20(22):6518-23. PMID: 20889339.
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